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  • Vanke Wanda

    From left: Wang Jianlin and Wang Shi

    China’s largest real estate developers, China Vanke and Dalian Wanda Group, operate at a scale that makes New York’s giants look small. [more]

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  • From left: A rendering of 100 East 53rd Street (Credit: Foster + Partners/DBOX), Norman Foster and Aby Rosen

    From left: A rendering of 100 East 53rd Street (Credit: Foster + Partners/DBOX), Norman Foster and Aby Rosen

    RFR Holding together with its Chinese partners Vanke Holdings and China Cinda Asset Management secured $360 million to finance the development of their new luxury tower at 100 East 53rd Street. [more]

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  • From left: China Vanke's Yu Liang, 130 West 42nd Street, Tribeca Associates' Bill Brodsky and Meadow Partners' Jeff Kaplan

    From left: China Vanke’s Yu Liang, 130 West 42nd Street, Tribeca Associates’ Bill Brodsky and Meadow Partners’ Jeff Kaplan

    China’s largest publicly-traded developer is buying a majority stake in the 30-story Bush Tower office building overlooking Bryant Park for $125 million, according to Real Capital Analytics. [more]

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  • Kaisa Kwok

    From left: a Kaisa development in Chengdu, China, and Kaisa’s former chairman Kwok Ying Shing

    Many in New York associate Chinese real estate companies with limitless funds and a never-ending ability to invest here. But what if they are wrong? [more]

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  • From left: Aby Rosen and a rendering of 100 East 53rd Street

    From left: Aby Rosen and a rendering of 100 East 53rd Street (Credit: Foster + Partners)

    Aby Rosen’s long-stalled condominium development at 100 East 53rd Street will have 99 units, for a total sellout of more than $750 million, according to plans filed with the Attorney General’s office. The Norman Foster-designed tower, slated to rise 61 stories, will also have two duplex apartments that will take up two full floors each, according to the most recent plans filed with the city’s Department of Buildings.

    RFR plans to have a restaurant on the first and second floors of the tower, which is adjacent to Rosen’s iconic Seagram Building. [more]

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  • From left: Yu Liang, Guo Ghuanchang and Wang Jianlin

    From left: Yu Liang, Guo Guangchang and Wang Jianlin

    The size of recent investments from Chinese firms and individuals in New York real estate has commanded headlines. Generally speaking, the properties being bought are familiar to those in the New York City property business. Those doing the buying, however, are less well known. [more]

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